To NYC by Bus

Take a Bus to the Bronx Zoo in New York

New York City may be home to some of the best theater, cuisine, and historical landmarks, but it’s also home to one of the nation’s largest urban zoos. The Bronx Zoo covers over 260 acres in New York and is sure to be an entertaining trip for travelers of all ages. As the days get warmer, taking a bus to the Bronx Zoo can be just the fun-filled escape you need. 

Take a Bus to Brooklyn, New York

A trip to New York City may conjure up visions of Manhattan and all the traditional tourist landmarks, but if you limit your adventures to a single borough, you could be missing out on some of the other great things the rest of the city has to offer. That’s particularly true when it comes to Brooklyn.

Scranton to New York City: A Quick Guide to the Most Popular Neighborhoods to Visit

If you’re planning on taking a bus from Scranton to New York City, your time in New York will likely begin at the Port Authority Bus terminal right in Midtown Manhattan. From there, the day is yours to decide. New York is a great time to visit any time of year. From sunny days […]

December 20th, 2019|NYC Trips|

Take a Bus to Little Italy, NYC

New York is one of the top foodie cities in the U.S., but if you’re looking for a savory plate of homemade Italian food served with a side of history, then a trip to Little Italy may be just what you need. Located in Lower Manhattan, Little Italy is home to some of the oldest shops and eateries in the city, but it’s more than food that makes this spot special.
November 22nd, 2019|NYC Trips|

Take the Bus to NYC for November 2019 Events

To take the bus to NYC is convenient, safe, comfortable and free from the usual stresses of travel. Some visitors enjoy the bus so much that they continue traveling by bus within the city. Although buses are often slower than taking the subway, the views are nicer. You might see a neighborhood festival that […]

October 25th, 2019|Events, NYC Trips|

Bussing it to NYC Events in July is Worth the Trip

As vacation season shifts into high gear, there's no more attractive option than a quick getaway to New York City if you live in the surrounding communities. New York offers the real deal with top-rated Independence Day celebrations, street festivals, museums, cultural programs and celebrity-studded attractions and entertainment.
June 19th, 2019|NYC Trips, Travel Tips|

Take a Bus to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty

With the opening of the brand new Statue of Liberty Museum on Friday, May 16, 2019, it’s a great time to take a Martz Bus to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The 26,000 square foot museum was built for $100 million and took over 2 years to complete!
June 10th, 2019|NYC Trips, Travel Tips|

Relieve June Cabin Fever with a Bus Outing to NYC

If you find yourself getting a case of cabin fever in June, don't despair. Everyone gets lazy and lethargic sometime during the summer, but a quick bus outing to NYC can blast away boredom with the fast-paced city traffic, street festivals, tourists and signature events.
May 20th, 2019|NYC Trips, Travel Tips|

A New York City Bus Trip In May Equals Excitement

The weather in New York City in May is perfect, and the foliage in Central Park is in full bloom. The city offers an astonishing number of festivals, free events, shows, concerts and Memorial Day Weekend attractions. It's easy to catch a bus from surrounding communities to spend a day or two in New York.

Taking the Bus to One World Observatory in NYC

Standing on the site of the former World Trade Center, One World Observatory is an incredible landmark right in the heart of New York City. If your planning a trip to New York City, you might want to consider taking the bus to One World Observatory.
April 16th, 2019|NYC Trips, Travel Tips|

 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

To our loyal customers:

In light of guidance from the federal government that individuals leaving the New York City Metro Area should self-quarantine for 14 days to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and out of an abundance of caution, Martz will discontinue scheduled service into New York City and Philadelphia for two weeks.

To allow our customers working in essential, life-sustaining businesses time to find alternative travel to work, we will operate through the end of this week. Our last day of service will be Friday, March 27, with a targeted return date of Monday, April 13.

We apologize to our loyal customers who must find alternative means of travel to work during this time. We recognize that many of you are essential employees in life-sustaining businesses and simply cannot work from home. We can assure you that Martz will be here to support our dedicated and valued customers moving forward from this crisis.

Please refer to our website, MartzTrailways.com, for further updates.